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Italian artist sells ‘invisible’ sculpture for more than $18,000

The sculpture doesn’t physically exist, artist claims, ‘it’s in the mind of the creator’

From a new Charly Cox exhibition to Black Deer Festival, the 10 best cultural things to do in June

Here’s our guide to some fun things to do culturally in June after a long stint of lockdown

Harambe: Photo of famed gorilla to be sold as NFT on fifth anniversary of his death

Harambe died in 2016 at Cincinnati Zoo

‘You made us all want to reach for the moon’: Fans pay tribute to late The Very Hungry Caterpillar author Eric Carle

‘Heaven just got more colorful’

Alice: Curiouser and Curiouser review – The V&A’s immersive blockbuster exhibition is a visual joy

With over 300 objects, including manuscripts, illustrations, garments and paintings, the V&A exhibition offers plenty to enjoy – though the more compelling intellectual impact of Carroll’s work is overlooked

Hockney or hackneyed... Has Britain’s greatest art rebel lost his edge?

The RA is showing David Hockney’s latest iPad landscapes that capture springtime unfolding. But the artist’s quirky charm and punchy pixels can’t mask its conformity, says Mark Hudson

The art world is full of middle class people and nepotism – that wasn’t my background

The London-based artist Ayo Akingbade is exhibiting two films about belonging, gentrification, and power in A Glittering City at London’s Whitechapel Gallery

Hockney or hackneyed... Has Britain’s greatest art rebel lost his edge?

The RA is showing David Hockney’s latest iPad landscapes that capture springtime unfolding. But the artist’s quirky charm and punchy pixels can’t mask its conformity, says Mark Hudson

Jean Dubuffet – Brutal Beauty review: One of the exhibitions of the year

The Barbican’s major Dubuffet exhibition, the first in this country since 1966, presents him from the outset as a performer-artist adept at projecting himself through the media

Ai Weiwei says he’s changed his mind about social media: ‘They will not allow what they don’t like’

Exclusive: Dissident artist and activist described how he’s lost faith in platforms like Facebook and Twitter in an interview with The Independent

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